Isle Of Ravens - Citadel

Description

This little island is linked to the eastern bank of the Honeywine by a weathered old drawbridge. It is usually kept down, but is in working order. The stone stronghold that covers most of the little spot of land is the oldest of the Citadel's buildings, and while it is sound, it shows its age and the effects of centuries of weather. It consists of two moss-covered towers. The Eastern one houses the black ravens, and the western one the white. In between is a walled courtyard, home to one of the only Weirwood trees remaining in the south.

The isle is a noisy place — visitors are constantly serenaded with the quorks and creaks and odd speaking voices of the ravens.

Exits

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